You are invited to the Vancouver launch of bestselling author Louis Druehl’s first novel . . .
Cedar, Salmon, and Weed (literary fiction, 337 pages) is the story of youths trying to break free from their parents’ expectations.
The setting is an isolated fishing village, Bamfield, on the west coast of Vancouver Island, Canada, in the nineteen-seventies. Struggling to obtain their utopian dream, they will have moments of joyous labor and lofty idealism and moments of despair and drugged stupor.
Finally, after betrayal and death, a celebration of village life.